bung up and bilge free


bung up and bilge free
   British
   copulating
   Naval usage, from the recommended way of storing a cask of rum aboard ship, whence anything in good order. The bung puns on the orifice rather than on a method of contraception:
    I used to be bung but now I'm pill. (Bradbury, 1976 — referring to contraception)

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